Book Watch: Into the Fire by Suzanne Brockmann.

Posted June 9, 2008 by Rowena in Promotions | Tagged: , , , | 7 Comments
Book Watch: Into the Fire by Suzanne Brockmann.

Suzanne Brockmann is another one of my favorite authors. One of my most favorite series is the Troubleshooter’s Series because I love me some TEAM 16. I love all of the heroes (some more than others though) and even though some of the heroines get on my hot damn nerves (Joan DaCosta anyone?) I think […]

Guest Review: Black Silk by Sharon Page

Guest Review: Black Silk by Sharon Page

I have a guest review up at TGTBTU for Black Silk by Sharon Page.   This novel was a pleasant surprise for me. It’s a historical, which I didn’t know until I started reading it. I fell right into it, despite the fact that I generally avoid historical erotica novels. The plot was surprisingly deep […]

Review: Give Him the Slip by Geralyn Dawson

Review: Give Him the Slip by Geralyn Dawson

Maddie Kincaid thought she finally found the simple life when she moved to Brazos Bend and started her own business. She never dreamed that helping a gentle old man would force her to run for her life, right into the arms of the infamous Luke “Sin” Callahan. He has just settled into a fishing vacation, […]

Review: Dream Chaser by Sherrilyn Kenyon.

Review: Dream Chaser by Sherrilyn Kenyon.

Hero: XypherHeroine: Simone DuboisGrade: 4 out of 5 Hades doesn’t often give second chances… Xypher has one month on Earth to redeem himself through one good deed or be condemned to eternal torture in Tarturus. But redemption means little to a demigod who only wants vengeance on the one who caused his downfall. Until one […]

Books and dads

Posted June 8, 2008 by Casee in Discussions | Tagged: , , , | 7 Comments

So with Father’s Day coming up, it got me to wondering…does your significant other/boyfriend/husband read? My husband has read the Left Behind series, but he only got to the 6th book before he called it a day. It also would take him about a month to read one of the books. Not that he didn’t […]